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The Hostetler man always carries a full pouch back to their house, every night. The same pouch is empty whenever he goes to work to Crimson Caravan, Fred's seen it himself.Andy Scabb's unnamed henchman

The Hostetler home is an unmarked location in the Mojave Wasteland. It is located just east of Gun Runners and south of the New Vegas medical clinic.

Background

Located in the comparatively safe neighborhood of East Vegas,[1] this place serves as the home of Don Hostetler, his wife Becky, and their daughter Alice. The property is defended ferociously by Mrs. Hostetler,[2] and according to Alice, it is all she cares about.[3]

Layout

The house is comprised of a living room, containing a Sunset Sarsaparilla star bottle cap, a small bathroom on the right, a bedroom in the north, and a small kitchen.

Notable loot

  • Sunset Sarsaparilla star bottle cap - On the small table, between the two couches next to the bottle in the living room.
  • An irregularly large white plate - On the table. Taking the plate and dropping it once will keep it the same size, but picking it up and dropping it again will cause it to become a normal-sized white plate.

Related quests

Notes

Although three people live here, there is only one queen-sized bed in the home.

Appearances

The Hostetler home appears only in Fallout: New Vegas.

References

  1. Courier: "Tell me about this area of New Vegas."
    Becky Hostetler: "Folks call this East Vegas, but I don't care much for names. The east side gets lots of merchant and gambler traffic. We're safer here than in North Vegas or Westside, though we've got to put up with the NCR."
    (Becky Hostetler's dialogue)
  2. Courier: "I mean you no harm."
    Becky Hostetler: "Whatever you say, stranger. Go snoop somewhere else and get the fuck out of my house, right now!"
    (Becky Hostetler's dialogue)
  3. Courier: "They care for you, in their own way."
    Alice Hostetler: "Do they? Look at my Mother, all she cares for is a patch of bare dirt where nothing green will ever grow to feed us."
    (Alice Hostetler's dialogue)
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